Suunto, Finland-based Watch Company known to manufacture sports watches, Heart rate monitors and smart wearables for avid travelers has come up with their new product. The company has added two new traverse alpha watches to the Suunto traverse product family. Specifically developed for fishing and hunting, the two models combine rugged design with a dependent set of unique outdoor features. Dubbed Suunto Traverse Alpha Stealth and Alpha Foliage, these outdoor watches are among the very few that are designed exclusively for fishermen and hunters.
The Suunto Traverse watches features a knurled stainless steel bezel. Besides that, both the variants offer extended durability through scratch resistant sapphire crystal glass and water repellent nylon strap. As these wearables are built for extreme action, they have been put through military standard tests. Some advance outdoor features include integrated GPS/GLONASS route navigation with breadcrumb trail, electronic compass with tilt compensation and FusedAlti for tracking.
Well, that’s not all: These wearables come with dedicated tools specifically developed for fishing and hunting. The location-based moon phase calendar with moonrise and moonset times assists you in choosing the best time for putting fishing line in the water. Continuous update on weather changes is provided by barometric pressure graph whereas automatic shot detection keeps track of the number and location of shots. The Suunto Traverse watches offer battery life of up to 100 hours and comes with customizable red backlight that does not interfere with night vision.
Both the models are compatible with the Suunto Movescount App for Android and iPhone. Available in two color options, The Traverse Alpha models will be available in the US from April 19th and globally from April 29th. Well, if you are more of a trekker/hiker than a hunter and fisherman, you can check out Suunto’s last product- Kailash, a smartwatch perfect for avid travelers.
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